I'm growing in a LED powered indoor system, and my plants (and tilapia) have all been doing phenomenally well, with one exception. One of my pepper plant's leafs are distorted, and it looks like there is also a tiny bit of mold on a few leaves, but I think the mold is unrelated. Anyone have any idea what is wrong?
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Looks like a calcium deficiency to me
You are totally right Scott.
It was just the first plant to show signs of the deficiency, so I figured it was a disease, because only one plant was affected. But, now that my other plants also have distorted growth tips it is more clear. I just supplemented calcium carbonate, and am waiting to see if things get better.